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“Ballet: Superior Design, Unsurpassed Quality.”
Joe Asch
Inventor

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Ballet is committed to developing the best products for professional use. Ballet Sterile Disposable Needles have a superior design with a one-piece probe with a smoothly polished rounded tip. Our needles offer different types of needles for different hair sizes and sensitivities.

Introduction to proper procedure for opening Ballet Needle blisters. Demonstration of proper electrolysis needle usage.

Sterile Disposable Needles must be used in order to decrease the risks of infections such as AIDS and Hepatitis B. It is preferred and expected by clients to use and advertise the use of Sterile Disposable Needles and it will help ensure their safety.

Since its introduction, many changes have been made to the process of electrolysis. Over time, the creation of electrolysis needles has changed through many types, including modified sewing needles, one-piece needles, two-piece needles, tapered needles, and stainless-steel needles.

Needles have continued to develop because of problems with old needles, and Ballet concluded electrologists wanted a flexible one-piece probe with a smoothly rounded polished tip and inexpensive materials fit for one-time only use. These developments were made in the creation of the Ballet Sterile Disposable Needle.

Ballet developed a range of different electrolysis needles to fit the needs of different clients with differing sensitivities. Different types introduced included Stainless Steel Needles  (inexpensive), Gold Needles (for those with stainless steel allergy), and Insulated Needles (for greater comfort and less scabbing).

Larry Kunze, executive director of the Rocky Mountain College of Electrology, states that “disposable needles really are a must [and are] superior in quality.” In addition, when operating with Ballet needles, be sure to test the current level use before treating your clients.

 

This section shows footage of a human hair follicle under a microscope, detailing the process of needle insertion and how treatments should be executed. The Ballet needle has the advantage of a rounded tip, which allows the hair follicle to stretch and bend even when you apply pressure.

When Ballet Insulated Needles are used in place of normal Stainless-Steel Needles with high frequency current, the discharge of heat with is confined to a smaller area, and the risk of surface damage is lower.

Different sizes are available for Ballet needles, varying for different types of hair. Needle size should be selected based on the size of the hair being treated, range from a size of 2 to 6. Frequency should also be adjusted, as thinner needle sizes create a hotter treatment. Ballet needles also have three shank sizes to fit all modern epilators.

Every aspect of a Ballet needle is based on extensive research and testing. Needles are also inspected several times to ensure that they meet shape and polish standards. Ballet needles are also micro-polished and have a gently rounded tip in order to ensure smooth insertions.

After passing rigorous inspection, Ballet needles are sterilized and packed into hospital quality packaging. In addition, Ballet needles are sterilized using Ethylene Oxide sterilization, which protects Ballet patients from any disease transmission via electrolysis needles.

Ballet Video: A World of Difference – Summary of Video Segments

Proper Ballet Needle Usage: Introduction to proper procedure for opening Ballet Needle blisters. Demonstration of proper electrolysis needle usage.

Risk of Infection: Sterile Disposable Needles must be used in order to decrease the risks of infections such as AIDS and Hepatitis B. It is preferred and expected by clients to use and advertise the use of Sterile Disposable Needles and it will help ensure their safety.

 History of Electrolysis Needles: Since the introduction of electrology, many changes have been made to the process of electrolysis. Over time, the creation of electrolysis needles has changed through many types, including modified sewing needles, one-piece needles, two-piece needles, tapered needles, and stainless-steel needles.

Developing the Ballet Needle: Needles have continued to develop because of problems with old needles, and Ballet concluded electrologists wanted a flexible one-piece probe with a smoothly rounded polished tip and inexpensive materials fit for one-time only use. These developments were made in the creation of the Ballet Sterile Disposable Needle.

Types of Needles: Ballet developed a range of different electrolysis needles to fit the needs of different clients with differing sensitivities. Different types introduced included Stainless Steel Needles  (inexpensive), Gold Needles (for those with stainless steel allergy), and Insulated Needles (for greater comfort and less scabbing).

Larry Kunze Interview & Ballet Needle Use: Larry Kunze, executive director of the Rocky Mountain College of Electrology, states that “disposable needles really are a must [and are] superior in quality.” In addition, when operating with Ballet needles, be sure to test the current level use before treating your clients.

Ballet Needle Insertion: This section shows footage of a human hair follicle under a microscope, detailing the process of needle insertion and how treatments should be executed. The Ballet needle has the advantage of a rounded tip, which allows the hair follicle to stretch and bend even when you apply pressure.

Advantage of Insulated Needles: When Ballet Insulated Needles are used in place of normal Stainless-Steel Needles with high frequency current, the discharge of heat with is confined to a smaller area, and the risk of surface damage is lower.

Ballet Needle Sizes: Different sizes are available for Ballet needles, varying for different types of hair. Needle size should be selected based on the size of the hair being treated, range from a size of 2 to 6. Frequency should also be adjusted, as thinner needle sizes create a hotter treatment. Ballet needles also have three shank sizes to fit all modern epilators.

 Ballet Needle Design Every aspect of a Ballet needle is based on extensive research and testing. Needles are also inspected several times to ensure that they meet shape and polish standards. Ballet needles are also micro-polished and have a gently rounded tip in order to ensure smooth insertions.

Ballet Needle Manufacturing: After passing rigorous inspection, Ballet needles are sterilized and packed into hospital quality packaging. In addition, Ballet needles are sterilized using Ethylene Oxide sterilization, which protects Ballet patients from any disease transmission via electrolysis needles.

Why Ballet: In conclusion, Ballet is committed to developing superior products for professional use. Ballet Sterile Disposable Needles have a superior design with a one-piece probe with a smoothly polished rounded tip and allow you to choose between different types of needles for different hair sizes and sensitivities.